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December 15, 2015

Stuart Bradford’s illustration for the New York Times “Ask Well” feature accompanied a Q & A on the quality of drug-induced sleep.  (more)

November 4, 2015

Stuart Bradford created two illustrations for Johns Hopkins Arts and Sciences magazine to accompany an article on the overactive hippocampus and its role in Alzheimer's. (more)

October 16, 2015

Stuart Bradford created a series of illustrations for the Wall Street Journal on Biometric Authentication, a way of establishing identity using the physical body instead of other more easily hackable methods like passwords, etc. Some of these are currently in use; others are in the research phase. (more)

September 22, 2015

Stuart Bradford’s challenge for the New York Times “Well” column was to illustrate an article recommending various methods for swallowing pills without gagging. (more)

August 11, 2015

Stuart Bradford’s illustration for The New York Times Science section accompanies an article about “wrong-side surgery,” wherein the doctor operates on the wrong body part. (more)

December 2, 2014

Stuart Bradford illustrated an article on the risks and benefits of circumcision for teenaged boys for the New York Times T-Magazine “Well” blog. (more)

October 1, 2014

Stuart Bradford's illustration for Tufts University accompanied an article about a Soviet era physicist living in the US who returns to Russia to appear in a film on Soviet era physics set in 1956. “Wormhole” and “bizarre simulacrum” are used to describe the odd situation he finds himself in.  (more)

September 18, 2014

Stuart Bradford created a series of illustrations for Harvard Alumni magazine on synthetic biology, wherein scientists alter genetic structure to create tiny machines, tinkering like engineers. In this case they are all bacteria with simple programmed functions. (more)

August 26, 2014

Stuart Bradford’s illustration for the “Well” column in the New York Times shows how couples who clarify goals before marriage appear to have better relationships than couples who simply let inertia carry them through major transitions. (more)

August 19, 2014

Stuart Bradford illustrates “Erratic Cues in Drug Fight” for The New York Times Science section. The article argues that legalization may weaken a main reason teens stay clean.  (more)

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